Soda Shoppe Sleeveless Turtleneck


Soda Shoppe Sleeveless Turtleneck


It's 1952, and you've got a date tonight. On your way to meet that special someone at the soda shoppe, you fret about the outfit you've picked. Should you have picked something besides a skirt and sleeveless turtleneck? But no, it's cute and classy, and if you had sleeves, he wouldn't have an excuse to lend you his jacket. Capture the romance of that storybook moment with vintage knitting patterns like the Soda Shoppe Sleeveless Turtleneck. You'll be glad you know how to knit a sweater that sets your imagination afire.


Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge9 stitches, 11 rows, 1 inches. stockinette stitch

This pattern requires a US B/1 crochet hook.

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I like this style, but I would like to try to make it on circular needle without having to sew up side seams. I am a knitter with a dispassion for the sewing of seams.

What an interesting pattern! It does not look too difficult and will probably be classy looking once it is finished. Sock is really needed for the stretch. I like how the original pattern calls for knitting pins. I don't have knitting pins, I have needles but I get the idea. Thank you.

Perfect for me! Turtleneck ribbed vintage top will never be less than fashionable. I want one or two.

I love the timeless classics like this perfect vintage turtle neck sweater. The 3 x 3 rib and the light weight yarn will be sure to hug your curves. For a more contemporary look, think about a cropped version, it would be perfect with cutoffs or jeans.


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